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The Studio Museum in Harlem programming space, Studio Museum 127, is temporarily closed. Learn more

The Museum is closed as we build our new home, but our programming continues in Harlem and Beyond!

The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally, and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society.

Although Studio Museum 127 is closed until further notice, a wealth of exhibitions, works from our permanent collection, education materials, and programs are available on our website. We are still here for you — offering to share a spark that might illuminate your own reading, writing, and creativity.

 

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Explore our Exhibitions and Collection

inHarlem Exhibition

inHarlem Exhibition

Chloë Bass: Wayfinding

inHarlem Exhibition

inHarlem Exhibition

Rudy Shepherd

From the Collection

From the Collection

Lorraine O'Grady, Sisters IV (L: Devonia’s sister Lorraine, R: Nefertiti’s sister Mutnedjmet), from the "Miscegenated Family Album", 1980/1988

Learn with Online Resources

Coloring Pages

Coloring Pages

Inspire imaginative spirits

DIYs

DIYs

Create Masterpieces

Online Lesson Plans

Online Lesson Plans

Available for Download

Read Studio Magazine

Beautiful Ha(a)rlem: The More Things Change, The

Beautiful Ha(a)rlem: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

A reflection on the neighborhood's rich and remarkable history

Tracing Existence

Tracing Existence

Bodily presence as a form of art making and resistance

Practice in Print: Theresa Chromati

Practice in Print: Theresa Chromati

A space for artists to experiment within Studio magazine